Jordannah Elizabeth is an author, music critic, editor, and folk soul musician. She is the author of "Don't Lose Track Vol 1: 40 Articles, Essays and Q&As.
1 month ago | Indie Rock and Stuff
After scrapping three solo albums, the Electric Flower Group frontman went "extremely primitive" with producer Bobb Bruno and hit paydirt with his forthcoming "Dzi."
1 month ago | Race & Ethnicity
Why are black female guitarists and multi-instrumentalists still seen as such a rarity? One guitarist speaks to some others to get their thoughts.
5 months ago | Indie Rock and Stuff
Hope Sandoval is easy to talk to if you understand her. She and her bandmate Colm Ó Cíosóig (My Bloody Valentine) are patient with one another and have a very simple and trusting chemistry. The Mazzy Star frontwoman and solo artist is soft-spoken ...
5 months ago | Music Bidness
Since I interviewed Jackie Fuchs for Bitch magazine in August 2015, I have been a little a worried about her. She went through an overwhelmingly vulnerable experience, speaking out against a man who sexually assaulted her, in front of multiple wit...
5 months ago | Folk You Very Much
Devendra Banhart’s sense of humor has been well-documented. But I laughed out loud when, while listening to his new album Ape in Pink Marble, I read a short interview he did for a fashion spread in GQ Style. Asked what he was working on, he replie...
7 months ago | Music Bidness
The scarcity of black women in music journalism and arts criticism is a topic of conversation that is seldom addressed. Being a black female journalist covering rock music, in particular, is a career that takes patience, passion and stamina in ord...